As of December 4, 2020, there are currently six large fires in California. Four new large fires were reported this week, and firefighters were able to reach containment goals on five large fires. To date, 52,834 wildfires have burned 9.5 million acres, the second most acres burned in the past 10 years
Our goal is to provide critical goods to the right people at the right time during all phases of a disaster. The Good360 disaster team is working hard to mitigate waste and inefficiencies while assisting victims of these wildfires to return to a normal life. Victims impacted include the region’s seasonal agricultural workers, who face loss of jobs and housing due to the blazes. We can amplify every dollar contributed by a minimum factor of 10, meaning that for every $10 donated, we can distribute at least $100 in needed goods.
If your organization is in need of products for wildfire response and prevention, please complete this brief form so we can determine how to best respond to your needs.
The 2019 California wildfire season covered over 250,000 acres burning or damaging 732 structures across the state. Many residents are still recovering despite a new season beginning now.
The 2018 California wildfire season claimed over 90 lives and burned over 250,000 acres across the state. In total, 14,000 homes were damaged or destroyed by the raging fires that burned for over two months.
The 2017 wildfire season burned over 500,000 acres across the state forcing 200,000 evacuations. In total, 46 people lost their lives due to the fires.